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nOXOLULU STAIt-BlJLLET IXf SATURDAY, JULY fi, 1912. '
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. . A SHfl IVHII w K y IVHHIVII Ml U II h i7-
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people should save money sys
: tematically. Start a savings ac-
count in this Bank, where your
. deposit will be protected by , all
the resources of thi Bank, and 4
will be earning yon Interest" :
, A Home Bank given to all open
ing an account
BANK OF HAVAII,Ltd.
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collect jonr Innranccf i
represent the the largest anq!
19 strongest lire insurance comra -
Lowest Rates !;
Liberal Settlements .
The C. f. Dillingham Co.
Gectral. Arent for Ilawall:
,, Atlas Acsurance Ccrapany of, London.
ctt York Underwriters Agcpcy.
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ibT FLO0K," STA.NGE.VrALD'ilLDG.
I, lilore Thdmtis Million
. Dollars A.
Report of the Tnutanco Commis
sioner, shows tbat more than a million
dollara net is sent out annually from
v - this territory, ' . ' '
: Honie Insuuince-Co.
. Why rot patronize !
and keep some of this money here?
O'Neill Curding Cor. Fort and King
. Telephone S329.- ' .
4D0 Lct near Kins .St. and Kalihl
J, : waena School; 50x100. Eaiy
raynicnt. Liberal discount for
. '. cash. . " ' . (
$ 400 Lot f0.100 at ruunui. 'ncn'r cr
" " line. ' " . ;-' : r, . '
' $ 850 lt 55x.W oPf Iiorct.-min St.. bc-
ttreen Punchbowl and A la pal
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22SO--Iot 177x57. '.with hoiiso; on li
boliho 2-t., near Maklkl Fire
Lots on Fort Stabove bridre at 18c
to 20c per si. ft. -1
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
. Waity Building 74 S. King Street
Jas. W. :PraK
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
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THAT INDIANA GOVERNOR, A COMBINATION OF MANY
Gor. Tom Marshall of Indiana Is
always .'bobbing, up on the job when
the resr of the people are taking it
easy. That Is the attribute, at any
rate, that Sam lllythe, the noted nu
morist and jHtical expert, attributes
to Marshall In one of his "Who's
Who1 and "Why effusions In the bat
urday Evening Post. rv
A few weeKs ago Blythe produced
the following about the man who is
now-Wilson's running mate on the
Democratic ticket: . I
The Bigness of Little Tommy.
Some bright morning an 'Irfdiana
polfs wag will start a the Monument
with a- paper of pins and drop-a pin
each ten feet all the way west on
Market Street to the Statehonse. Two
things will happen that morning: the
Governor of Indiana will be late at
his office; and when he does get there
he will have a fine supply of pmsi
stuck beneath the lapels of his coat
It was once the fad to have great
men tell of "poems that' hare helped
me," If anybody ever asked Thpmas
it, ilartshalf wht poem, helped him he
quoted':' " " i-
See a pin and pick it up ;
All day long you'll have good luck
1 hat" Is his favorite poem and- toe
practice of its precept is his favprlte
diversion. Of course ne always throM
ta pinch, of salt over bis left shoildeH
in ,$11 jiny; ahd bevwili Walk
Apun.a. block to. avoid passing a black
cat; and he nev,er passed under a lad
'der'in his life? and he wouldn't iross
the street i through a funeral prpces-
sioAlan.q..Pfi.rap3....wjQO(L-wJiejj , he
boasts- Jittle' and'hcvouWirfbe in-!
duced , to sit at a table with .twelve
others and a few other little things
Xollcc of AnnuaUIeetinc of the Slock-
holders of The First American
' Sailnps and Trust Company of
Noliollil ebPCeli that thelAfi?
nual Meeting of the "Stockholder?' of
The First Amerwin-Savings and '
Company of Hawaii, Limited, fo
-election olj-cffiera and Directors
for the tnrnjlrti of such other
iness as maybe i brought before
Stockholders, will be held at its i
tf busitiess onFort'Sfreet, fa the;
of -Honolulu,-'on'Mon&ayth I5tl
of Julv 1812; at'2 m.-
; Vi'-'oivjr! P. ROBINSON
Vice President and Acting Caile
5277 July 1, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
Certificate No. 28 for one sha
tnecapital" stock of Kahului Railroad
TCo.TdlTas" "beett" Yos V orr -deslr'oy ed.
ffgalnst'negoUallngf orotherwls' iael
In er with'drach shares. lA plica
tion has been made to the treasurer of
said company for the issuance , of a
new certificate. , . - a
Dated June nth 1912.'.' v i 1 .
J. P. COOKE.
8ts June 15, 19, 22,' 26) 29;. July 3,
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AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STEEET
0; 'Boi B.' , i: ' Telepione 2035
"r Cohducti tU'classci of Anditt1 and
on all kins'o Hsj&iacial worlp
' Sajstions Riven for simplifying
or systematizing office woik. All
business confidenti&L 1
Men's and Women's t
("'trrrcct styled for street and dres
wear. . ; ! ' :''
M A N U FACTU RERS' SHOE CO, Ltd.
. T ' Fort Street ' : :! .. ".. .
J A C O B.SO N B R O S.J
Pantheon Block Hotel Street
are made on' the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom leasts. :
REGAL SHOE STORE.
King and Bethel Streets
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT" LAW
Kapiolani Building Honolulu, f, H
P. O. Box C0
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Wl LSON'S SID E-K I CKER.
ifcVfee pins' hisfaUb: mostly' bh the
m 4 1,.
pins. jNot -one escapes his vigilant
eye or'hik vigilant: fingers. Mrs. Mat
shall rarely' has- to' buy any for house
hold use, and there is always a supply
on the Governor's desk at the State-
house! -: .-..' '. ; --.- ''i.s;' : ' '
,'Esy! Seen.? .
You can see him almost any morn
ing in Indianapolis, walking slowly
downs Market Street toward the State
house, He is calm and ; serene, and
small; mild, quiet, simple and ;old
fashioned. His hair Is gray and so is
his mustache. His clothes are Jgray
.and so is his tie. - He has a cigar tuck
ed beneath he mustache and his gray
Fedora hat shades his gray eyes.
When he gets to the Statehouse he al
ways goes In by the eastern entrance.
Jt.; vonld :be: bad licky-oh. fearfulry
bad luclo goAh-'bi'5 any other! en
trance than tha .eastern one. You Un
derstand that, of course. -i'A'ttan'
fgrnftfe n-ftrr&d conlidefi
ably, in' a ptftillcal maner of speakfhgM
by having, theslighting "Little" tack
ed on to his name; l?ut the Governor;
WS&zVtWAWi f orefiflipq;u4uyJati tne
title seenp fiim perfectly an to
mean just what it doe3 mean afrec
(lleUiOnstead ,VJ5 Ji?tp2UictO .CTSp tne
short, wiry, rnlld"'liftle"chapi sefehevasd
a y rtnorning, buL wfih all jh)
Brreirftr!: as atom it tin $i ti ins and .s
)iiTS5 cacirfis sec in
' w JS -m L , - Ll tm m . Li ; -J
knows what he wants to do, and does
it " He moves alone in his ownHvat
stands tne pexapde and the people vrn
Awtandhlmvfx a3TAino2A .
He was a lawyer up In Colunibia
One day, 1008, some of his neigh
bors cameJp and said:
' i"Tom; the boys cut in- this district
have' indorsed you for governor; and
we've come to rtell you about It and
pledge you our support." '
"Seems to me," replied v Marshall,
"you'd have done a blamed sight bet
ter If you'd indorsed my partner; but
I suppose we'll have to go out and get
it now." Then he rapped on wood,
picked up a-pln, waited for the red
heared girl to pass by after the white
horse had .gone along, and resumed
the business In hand, which was the
patching : up of some line-fence dlfli
culty... . ( t ' ,;..:'r: ;.v '
Whatever is to Be Will Be." - ;
The movement spread. ;-,There was'
a demand for Marshall. The Demo
crats thought well of him and nomi
nated .him for governor; vso he shoved
backhis' chair fixed1 his DaDers in1- or.
derly 'piles, went down to the storej
ana bought a new gray sack suit; Ia
in a few boxes of cisrars and went
jWell, mamma," he said" to his wifevj
"1 guess we'd better be moving RhnrfH
a bit:' . - .
They bade the neighbors goodby
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall
went campaigning. . They tfavelea
round the state for three months. Mrs?
Marshall attended every meeting.
Alfeb, she ' attended to a lot of politi
cians who tried to "get o" MarshkUB
They crossed and recrossed the staled
Marshall made many speeches. He
tola them he knew they could n't' vote
for him conscientiously unless Hie1
bejieved he. k stood : for the Princiniti
of the Democratic party and he didhft
ask h'em to. He moved round mpoly !
and serenely. ; He attended no cotii!
ferences, wrote no lettrs and did litUsi
handshaking, cigar-passing or baby-'
kissing. He said what he stood for,-
quietly and without 'excitement, arid
then ho went back to Columbia City
and oinmed the law office again. ' "k-
Leaders in a Stew.
The party leaders were in a fearful
slew. ; They didn't understand. Mar
shall, though he understood them. Tne'
. A A . . '
siaie central' committee held grand
lodges of sorrow every nighf over,
lest opportunities and Little Tommy
Marshall sat up modestly at Columbia
City and arbitrated for. the neighbrs,
and smiled and waited. He was elect
ed. The Indiana people- gave him '
nearly fifteen thousand majority over ;
Representative Watson; in 1904 they '
had gone the other way by" eighty-vve
thousand. : ' r ! V
One of Mrs. Marshall's culinryi
specialties is buckwheat cakes. They
had them one morning that winter.
Tommy ate about seven, then he push
ed back his chair and sighed:
"Well, mamma, we've got to go
down, to Indianapolis now and begin
. So they went. The party leaders
were ahead 1 of him witn "Uemanus.
Little Tommy looked at them quizzic
ally, pickeo up a pin and sud:
"lioyg, it seems to me that I'm tne
one w uo was elected Governor. Any
how, I've just been sworn in, ana t
guess 1 11 try my hand at it,' .
He dla.. ue made the peculiar an
nouncement, that tne Governor of In
diana, as he , loosed at tne job, was tne
Governor cf Indiana and all tne peo
ple in it not a party governor, or a
partisan governor; or a governor of
only part of .the people. --:
-tsut you are a Democrat!" wailed
the party leaders
1 am," assented the Governor calm
ly, "and 1 intena io continue as a
Democrat. However, that does not
make me any the less an Indianian."
Wnereupon ne picked up a pin!
So he continued; and not so long
ago the Democrats of the state elect
ed their delegates to the national con
venuon at liaitimore and instructed
them for Governor Marshall as In
diana's choice for the Democratic nomi
nation for president. That night tlie
Governor, '.had the great good fortune
to miss ' a black cat by half a block
when he was walking home.
His ' serenity ; is marvelous. Nothing
worries oV vexes or fusses him. This
is his philosophy "What is to be will
be: What you-or I may do wnll neitn
er preveht 'nor promote it - i Whatever
is is, and whatever is: Is right," So
he said' nothing when they indorsed
him v for , president, for his, . life has
been prdeieaaforig .the lines of tlial
belief. They", criticise him arid he
smiles and it never touches him;
They, praise him and he smiles agaiu
and picks "up "a pin! Either he is to
be; nominated' by tTfe Democrats at
Baltimore or he is not There's no
use- worrying and he doesn't worry.
; , Governor Marshall is an odd com
bination. . When you laugh at him
foj avoiding : the black cat he chides
you ' gently : "You mustn't laugh at
my1 frailties. They do no one harm.
They help' me a lot.' : " '
He was married wnen he was forty-
two-affer his mother ;dted.' It Is " said
of hirh ' thiatl h W HeVr'1 sepiiraied
from hism6thef "'overnight while se
was alive, , and ; that ' ne nasi never been
;seperateri javernlgh,t yirom -Mjs. M'aV
siialLiin 3tte sixteen- year thej have1
r therA is a nnlverv
ear on the
hapyeiiYf1 a1 stressJiof clrdtistaiiej
h shajiiaiight.xl fttiliiithe ifeirecnoff Is
,a un4)tr.usivef.ahouAhis ,iLttteiiecun-
hot Tiit'aftyi ipersonvftf 'tn&
2 Many -sk the reason for the contin
ued and increasing demand. for Chani
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. .The secret is that it never
fails, to give relief. v The middle-aged
men' of today remember it as the rem
edy given them by their mothers for
cramp colic and dysentery when they
were children and its reputation as a
positive cure for such ailments is still
maintained; No remedy has ever been
produced- that is. its equal for the
prompt relief of pain. For sale by all
dealers. , Benson, Smith & Co., Litd.,
agents for Hawaii. ' . ' ;
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' John, 'Anas of " Anlt, Cal.; 92 years
old, i" preparing -for a trip to Chile,
to assist :hls' son in missionary Work.
The .Indiana . pure . f cood law. of . 1 903
was upheald ' as constitutlonaf - by- the
Supreme Court of the United States.
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For eailng. drinking and cocking
' Pure, Delicious; Nutritious
:i RcLstered U. S. Patent OfSce
- - . -.- . i .' -
y Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
. Baker's Chocolate : (unsweet
T - : j5cned)f 1-2 lb. cakes
1 German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes , :'
For Sale by teadim Grocers in ' Honolulu
Wafter Baker & Co. Ltd.
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